Criminology - Book chapters

Criminology - Book chapters

 

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  • Windle, James (Bristol University Press and Policy Press, 2022-07-29)
    Left realism originated as an applied theory to support communities to tackle crime in British working-class urban areas. While there are challenges to transferring theory from one context (British urban) to another (Irish ...
  • Windle, James (Routledge, 2021-11-09)
    As there are already a number of insightful overviews of the global illicit drug trade (i.e. Purvis and Gundur, 2019; Reuter, 2014) this chapter will not re-tread a well-worn path, but rather explore recent developments ...
  • Ahmed, Yasmine; Windle, James; Lynch, Orla (Policy Press, 2021-09-03)
    ‘Nothing about us without us’ surmises a burgeoning movement in criminology that is about giving voice to diverse perspectives and a way of doing research. Primarily it refers to the importance of an approach to criminology ...
  • Ross, Don; Stirling, Wynn (Routledge, 2020-09-24)
    We consider the potential contribution of economics to an interdisciplinary research partnership between sociology and neuroscience (‘social neuroscience’ or ’social neuroeconomics’). We correct a misunderstanding in ...
  • Windle, James (Nova Science Publishers, 2019-09)
    While the Republic of Ireland is a relatively peaceful country, with a homicide rate significantly lower than the global average, it has experienced a number of violent feuds between criminal gangs. This chapter will explore ...

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